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The Sociolinguistics of a Nollywood Movie
Journal of Global Analysis
Recent trends in sociolinguistic study (Bleichenbacher 2008, Heller 2008, Coupland 2007, Lippi-Green 1997) have focused on the understanding of the ideologies that underpin linguistic variation and how linguistic behaviour in amultilingual setting makes people reveal both their personal identity and their search for social role (Le Page and Tabourett-Keller 1985). Language scholars have interrogated these issues more in face- to-face interaction than in fictional contexts. The movie as a genredoaj:ed2ab7312e0c44f28c4520524125b21e fatcat:xprfgps5xre4lpxm3hqud25cee